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Old 03-04-2005, 10:04 PM   #1
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Finally I got that annoying noise from the engine fix. Had to replace the belt assembly but its all good. So after I got that fixed at Goodyear they tell me I got another problem that I've never seen before. They told me my coolant fan isnt running like it should it comes on and off and the low coolant light flashes.

The next thing i noticed for the first was the D*mn ECC Flashing which it never did before I got my car worked on. I replaced the Thermostat like 2 weeks before cause it was acting funny with blowing hot/cold air but its now it blows the air fine but the ECC keeps flashing.

Yeah I red the forums about ECC all i hear isto take it to the dealer but im trying to avoid that if possible. :o
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Mine was flashing because the Outside air temp sensor was shot and the refrigerant for the A/C was low. Unless you take it to the dealer you'll never know what exactly is wrong.....but there'* some easy places to start I guess.. Does your outside temp display the correct temp or is it off?
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The outside temp read normal
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If you're in auto, the fans should come on. Coolant isn't 'running' like it should? Do you have a better description?

Ultimately, you need to go to the dealer for the ECC.
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